I can't figure out a thing that relates to the picture Alan has given us.
So here I am again, browsing through old photos, wondering what you'd like to see...since it's obviously going to be some other topic completely! I'll add this to a great group of photos on Sepia Saturday.
It's June 1955. Our family has a new Studebaker (the brand we always drove while I was young).
On the left is my grandfather Poppy, then my sister Mary Beth, and then myself around 13 years old. Not sure what water is behind us. But it may have been his and my grandmother's first visit to St. Louis, in which case we probably took them to see the locks on the Mississippi. In the right hand picture, I'm playing like I'm driving.
Other women would have been my grandmother and mother, of course.
Don't you love those white wall tires?
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